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Congresso internacional mulher, arte e tecnologia na esfera pública

  1. 1. ART AND TECHNOSCIENCE Biocybrid body and rituals in urban mixed life Authors: Diana Domingues, Camila Hamdan, Leci Augusto Institution: University of Brasília, LART – Research Laboratory of Art and TechnoScience, UnB-Gama, Brazil. Prof. Dr. Diana Domingues Pesquisador Visitante Nacional Sênior – PVNS/CAPES CNPq- Minyster of Science and Technology University of Brasilia, UnB Gama – FGA BRAZIL Programa de Pós-Graduação em Arte LART - Laboratory of Research in Art and Technoscience
  2. 2. ART AND TECHNOSCIENCE LART- Laboratory of Research in Art and Technoscience Engineering Programs: UnB GAMA Electronic engineering Software Engineering, Automotive Engineering – Aero Spatial and Electronical Enginnering BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING “new Leonardos”
  3. 3. For forty years the Leonardo organizations have had the privilege of witnessing, and helping to document, a birth of new forms of innovative and creative practice. Especially during the last ten years a new generation of artists scientifically and technically literate, “new Leonardos” , have been creating contemporary art forms, and in the process making new technical inventions and in some cases, scientific discoveries. Roger Malina  
  4. 4. How to synthesize Leonardo? Efficient collaborative practices dissolves the old rupture and the well-known historical divergences between artists and scientists. The main point of convergence is when all disciplines investigate the same problems, all sciences become one unique science.
  5. 5. Rengineering of Life Reengineering of Nature Reengineering of senses Reengineering of culture
  6. 6. L IF E Art and Science explore the ontology of life with levels of reality that attempt to conciliate paradoxes and conflicts related to changes an challenges of life SCIENCE OF INTERFACE - EMERGENT REALITIES – EXTERNALIZATION OF PERCEPTS What is landscape now? What is body now? What is urban life now? The sense of presence – expanded perception – Social relationships Space here and there
  7. 7. Symbiotic zones intertwined relationships body/environment/nets • expanded sensorium for biofeedback: heat, heartbeats, electrical potentials, breathing, galvanic sensors and skin, laws and phenomena of the cosmos, operational hermeneutics of software, plurissensorial and crossmodal interfaces, human physiology and the perceptive, cognitive and affective expansion and supplementation, trasnphysiology of passion -always mixed to our human condition in the physical world and the hybrid “life” of raw materials.
  8. 8. “Cyberspace arrived” – Rheingold -virtual reality and head mounted displays “Oh my God, cyberspace is everywhere” william gibson 2002 Neuromancer , 1984 (William Gibson)
  9. 9. Weiser : invisible computer in the future 2005 – 2020 The computer "disappear" and goes to the "peripheries “ubiquitous computing” was proposed by scientist Mark Weiser, in 1991, to designate a profound change in computing platforms. These changes inaugurate other models of computing, where computers are effectively integrated into the environments in all daily practices beyond the uses and behaviors desktop metaphors machines .  “calm technologies”- transparent interfaces - mobile and portable devices, sentient objects
  11. 11. • EMERGENT SOCIAL BEHAVIORS: • COMPORTAMENTO SOCIAL EMERGENTE • INSETOS NA VIDA URBANA MISTURADA • Interfaces : ubiquous computing, locative, pervasive and sencient mobile technologies
  12. 12. Interfaces : ubiquous computing, locative, pervasive and sencient mobile technologies mobile interfaces: cell phones MMS and SMS to communicate with our platform they send their tattoos to the platform Locative interfaces: GPS and Google Maps. GPS mapping and tracking system generates urban flow of tattooed in the city’s buses ( VISATE).
  13. 13. LIVING TATTOOS IN BIOCYBRID REALITY • Camila Handam’ s dissertation at UNB. She has a bachelor degree at the University of Mato Grosso do Sul, where Prof. Dulcimira Capisani was focused on art and technology researches. After the professor died, she moved in 2006 to Caxias do Sul University, only to spend a time in the NTAV Lab and to follow Diana Domingues courses Art Department. She was invited and she got Involved in the creative atmosphere of the Lab and become familiar to the context on art and sciences with all the participant of the LIVING TATTOOS ( embedded technologies). Domingues oriented Camila to optimize his studies at the MASTER IN ARTS of University of Brasilia, developing researches in Augmented reality. • The final theoretical version denominated Cybrid Reality is a collaboration for the field in Brazil, and the practice adds performative components to the Living Tattoos project. Cybrid Reality result from tags tattooed on the skin, and performative art allows the forms to appear out of the body by augmented reality techniques . • Augmented reality performance
  14. 14. Teste do marcador sobre a pele. Registro da 1ª experimentação que utilizou a tecnologia da realidade aumentada associada à criação de tatuagens sintéticas e animadas em tempo real. Imagens de tatuagens 3D são inseridas sobre a superfície da pele. Experimentação realizada no Laboratório de Pesquisa em Arte e Realidade Virtual, do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Arte da Universidade de Brasília/UnB no dia 18 de setembro/08, com a presença de Tania Fraga e Suzete Venturelli. Modelo: Tiago Franklin. Vídeo registro disponível no Canal do Youtube: . .
  15. 15. Opened Body Connection (performance) is a biocybrid system in augmented reality expanded to mixed reality in a bodily continuum of flesh - cyberdata and physical space . During a ritual, in a public event, a tattoo artist inscribed on the back of the performer the computation language of the code a wing shape. The tattoo became a mixed reality system, only read in computer vision and during two hours, other printed tags on the body provided threedimensional animations traveled through the body transmitted on line. Animated wings respond to the artist´dream of flying Opened Body Connection – Camila Hamdan, MOBILEFEST – Festival Internacional de Criatividade Móvel. Brazil, 2009.
  16. 16. Bio Art Environmental Art
  18. 18. we are collaborating for the technological innovation in Art and TechnoScience, in the field of Software Art, BioArt, Wearable Art, Device Art, developing interfaces: hardware and software. In the case of BWAS, with mobile wireless node of biosensors using non-invasive sensors for the body, we use the capture of electrophysiological signals of galvanic skin resistance, and sensors for acquisition and transmission of breath and heartbeats.
  19. 19. - BIOSIGNALS - BIOFEEDBACK HEARTBEATS EEG SKIN e (Galvanic Skin Resistance) BREATHING (strain gauge)
  20. 20. BIOCYBRID URBAN LIFE Artworks in wearable art and biocybrid systems in LART use technological innovation regarding the miniaturization of hardware systems that have enabled the development of network sensor nodes, which allow new applications for interconnected wireless networks. According to Carvalho (2005), those sensors have the ability to detect or measure some phenomenon of nature, processing and transmitting data or information to other sensors. In our artworks the circuit of sensors a node of sensors are built in an intelligent network sensor inserted in a set accessories rings, bracelets, visors, or other wearables things which coupled to bodies configure a Biocybrid Wearable Art System (BWAS), that allows people to monitor, process and send to other biosensors vital signals information and data over a long period of time. Biosignals connections in cyberspace expand body life in configured the biocybrid condition. physical space and it is
  21. 21. CYBORG - suplementations and implants Manfred Clynes - 1960 FYBORG – expanda but not intend to supplement
  22. 22. Stelarc Suplementação em cultura de tecido 2006 Instalar bluethoth “It is more of a relief at present than an ear but it is still recognizable as an ear. the next step : I hope to have a tiny microphone implanted to it that will connect with a Bluetooth transmitter. That way you can listen to what my ear is hearing. »
  23. 23. Thank You!!!